HoneyPot B&B

Address: 11 Hilken Drive, Umhlanga Rocks, KwaZulu-Natal, 4319, South Africa | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 11 Hilken Drive, Umhlanga Rocks, is near Tembe Elephant National Park and Natal Shark Board.
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TripAdvisor Reviews HoneyPot B&B Umhlanga Rocks

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Umhlanga Rocks

This Is Africa (TIA)

A travel blog entry by jemmainafrica on Oct 21, 2014

22 photos

... no one cares about them. They come running to us with rice and saliva all over their faces and their hands as they try to feed themselves with their closed in hands, crutches and wheelchairs. A lot of them are not dressed properly and some have their pants half way down their legs. We waved goodbye to these poor kids feeling sad and helpless. I wish we could give them the care they need. Not the nicest way to end our day, but 'TIA', This Is Africa, life is is hard for ...


A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Sep 01, 2014


... nice. I, looking forward to local playgrounds and bike tracks and fish and chips in the park. But I'm not ready to leave relaxed atmosphere, the friendly people everywhere you go, the landscape and the freedom, the knowledge that you can drive down the road to a game reserve and sit and watch a giraffe in it's natural habitat. I'll miss the fact that no matter where you go kids never seem to be an inconvenience if anything the places encourage kids!
I ...


A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Jun 25, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... she was just there constantly. And if she wasn't she was helping Glenn take the kids out to give me a rest. I'm honestly not sure how Glenn and I would have coped without her. It was such a big change for the kids, especially being that I had a home birth. Not being in hospital mean they didn't see me as "sore" or "injured" so the requested for "make me some toast" kept coming but there was always Cath, ready to make a sandwich, pour a drink, find a jumper or anything ...

Durban Delights

A travel blog entry by julieblyth on Mar 09, 2014

4 comments, 6 photos

... which is a beautiful beach suburb. We had a great coffee and then walked down to the beach. The sea was so warm so I think there will definitely be a couple of sea swims before we leave Durban. We then drove back towards the city and walked along the main beach front. The area has been redeveloped for the football world cup in 2010 with lots of lovely walkways and cafés. It was really hot and very sticky with the humidity. Next stop was the ...

Carry on Stanger

A travel blog entry by robspackman on Jan 14, 2013

1 comment

... to the right place, or (hopefully) send them packing to their clinics.

A man approached me, I asked her to translate a simple question: “Do you know your HIV status?’ as so often happens one question became a 3 minute dialogue. This, less usually, developed into a massive unexpected punch line which had the entire queue of waiters, our prospective patient and the other nurses guffawing their head off and rolling about in mirth.

‘What was that all ...